The response to my M.I.A. post was amazing! Thank you so much for your comments and words of encouragement. I REALLY do appreciate it. I know there are many inspiration blogs out there and tons of internet destinations to overwhelm your senses, so I feel so grateful that you all allow Fly to be one of those creative distractions you support regularly.
I promise, I have plans for that image (and the other images that accompanying it) and will post updates as it comes into fruition. So thanks again, I love all the feedback I can get.
Oh, and thanks so much for the well wishes with the job search. Maybe I should start a section on Fly documenting that whole process. We shall see.
That's me. My final semester in grad school is QUICKLY coming to a close and I am absorbed with the following:
1. finishing my projects
2. preparing for my M.F.A. exhibition
3. finishing my projects
4. finding a job (OMG! in this economy?)
5. finishing my projects
6. finding a job (OMG! am I screwed?)
So there has been little time for sleep let alone fun and sadly, Fly. I wanted to hold off on this but thought today would be a good day to share since I don't have any other worthy posts to wrap up the week. This is one of a series of posters I've been working on all based on going natural. There's more, which I hope to reveal in the weeks to come, but here is one of my favorites of the project. Click the image for a slightly bigger version which might be more legible.
I've been neglecting Fly for the last week because I've been crazy busy (more on that later), but one of the reasons I've been away is because I've been glued to my computer writing a research paper on Kara Walker. So I was browsing around the internet for more info on Walker when I came across these beautiful images of two Brazilian women on this site. I wish there was more info on the these photographs, either way these women are beautiful.